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Saudi Gazette, Thursday, July 19, 2018

Wholesome Living

w e e k e n d e d i t i o n@s a u d i g a z e t t e . c o m . s a

Who is affected?

What does it cost?

What is the

cause?

Conditions that affect the

brain, such as Alzheimer's

disease, stroke or head injury

US$2 trillion

estimated costs to

society in 2015

Nearly 10 million new

cases every year

Carers experience physical,

emotional and financial stress

50 million people

worldwide

Majority of people who will

develop dementia will be in

One every

3 seconds

2030

50

82

152

million

million

million

2015

Families and friends

provide most of the care

Set to triple

by 2050

low- and middle-income

countries

US$818 billion:

What are the symptoms?

Difficulties

with everyday

tasks

Difficulty with

words and

numbers

Confusion in

familiar

environments

Memory

loss

Changes in

mood and

behaviour

Dementia

a public health priority

Who is affected?

What does it cost?

What is the

cause?

Conditions that affect the

brain, such as Alzheimer's

disease, stroke or head injury

US$2 trillion

estimated costs to

society in 2015

Nearly 10 million new

cases every year

Carers experience physical,

emotional and financial stress

50 million people

worldwide

Majority of people who will

develop dementia will be in

One every

3 seconds

2030

50

82

152

million

million

million

2015

Families and friends

provide most of the care

Set to triple

by 2050

low- and middle-income

countries

US$818 billion:

What are the symptoms?

Difficulties

with everyday

tasks

Difficulty with

words and

numbers

Confusion in

familiar

environments

Memory

loss

Changes in

mood and

behaviour

Dementia

a public health priority

Who is affected?

What does it cost?

What is the

cause?

Conditions that affect the

brain, such as Alzheimer's

disease, stroke or head injury

US$2 trillion

estimated costs to

society in 2015

Nearly 10 million new

cases every year

Carers experience physical,

emotional and financial stress

50 million people

worldwide

Majority of people who will

develop dementia will be in

One every

3 seconds

2030

50

82

152

million

million

million

2015

Families and friends

provide most of the care

Set to triple

by 2050

low- and middle-income

countries

US$818 billion:

What are the symptoms?

Difficulties

with everyday

tasks

Difficulty with

words and

numbers

Confusion in

familiar

environments

Memory

loss

Changes in

mood and

behaviour

Dementia

a public health priority

MY GO-TO

SMOOTHIE

BOWL

Try this 5-minute smoothie bowl with

just 3 ingredients. Satisfying, nutrient-

rich, and naturally sweet. This is great

for a healthy, plant-based breakfast or

snack.

Author:

Minimalist Baker

PREP TIME

5 minutes

TOTAL TIME

5 minutes

Servings:

(smoothie bowl)

Category:

Breakfast, Snack

Cuisine:

Gluten-Free, Vegan

Freezer Friendly 1-2 Weeks

Does it keep? Best when fresh.

Ingredients

SMOOTHIE BOWL

1 heaping cup organic frozen mixed

berries

1 small ripe banana (sliced and

frozen)

2-3 Tbsp light coconut or almond milk

(plus more as needed)

1 scoop plain or vanilla protein

powder of choice* (optional)

TOPPINGS

1 Tbsp shredded unsweetened

coconut (desiccated)

1 Tbsp chia seeds

1 Tbsp hemp seeds

Granola (optional)

Fruit (optional)

Instructions

Add frozen berries and banana to a

blender and blend on low until small

bits remain.

Add a bit of coconut or almond milk

and protein powder, and blend on low

again, scraping down sides as needed,

until the mixture reaches a soft serve

consistency (see photo).

Scoop into 1-2 serving bowls and

top with desired toppings. I prefer chia

seeds, hemp seeds, and coconut, but

strawberries, granola, and a nut or seed

butter would be great here, too!

Best when fresh, though leftovers

keep in the freezer for 1-2 weeks. Let

thaw before enjoying.